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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHMIPQC. FRIDAY, it tm GILT-CDCE AT THE UYCFJJU. TU2QKIAIS I 1BI WELSH In new jOcmtor- Italian character iui- and act i persona in new bill AUnrV A Kiiti Ofersif it LULUmClAi In Something New J.W.WALLACE In now Illus- J tinted A Wife's Dewfci CEO.BKXAI With new acts. EXTUE CHANCE OF VAUDEVILLE MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS Cwpfcte 4 fidves fcifep, Wcfaesfcys aW Frieays Admission-Adults 25c, Children 15c The FAIRCHILDS, M exarchs of Gilt Comedy Duaty Dorris to Omr Uttk Kwe L KMEE FU m MO UlllNffN SITBIttT If UilflOl Smallest Voter In Perth NO GOOD HUNTER will start out with a poor gun -if he can help it. He can help it, and so can you. GET YOUR GUN here, aud it will be a good one. We have many styles and prices, but you won't "find a poor gun in the lot. AMMUNITION which we carry -is of the best, and prices are right. HOWARD CASE CO. GUNSMITHS LLTHBRIDGE ALT A. Stratford, Oct. a recent -is- sue of the Toronto Star, au article appeared referring to Charley Soley, the smallest elector in the Dominion of Canada. "Tom Thumb" Solej'.is three feet four inches high and 50 years old. He lives on. Helena Av- enue, Wychwood, and has made hi living by showing his diminutive size He has been in several shows and played with 'The Trip to The Moon Company at Coney Island. Charlev was born in England and came to this country twenty years ago. Stratford can perhaps lay. claim to the smallest Canadian bom elector i in the Dominion, in the person of Samuel Bennington. 277 Momingtou street.. "Sammie" is 3 feet 9 inches in and 37 years old.-: He w.as IN Tffi DAYS Mr. T. M. IMIy, fortaerly Minister of thu Interior, iw tho can didatvj iu constitueucy of linm- dqn, Ho Is Kfcrvet'ally the Con- wrvutive candidate for the of the Interior. At a recent political nteeting in KOMie .were produced which throw an on the UMJthodn aiwl by which the Oepartuient was administered in Tiie''first' letter njadsi. _- _ May 18th, 1882. Drinkwater..Esq., Secy., Canadian Vacihc Railway Co., .Dear most .eligible'. Jovk- tion for a station at Gopher Creek is section the lower half of which is entered for homestead and pre-emption by Thomas M. Daly, tho north-west tiuarter for home- stead by Widow Susiiimah Willis, the Next door to HtraU Office for FIST-CUSS UBKYIJI ad iWv FCn M MW nCHfC by fc PRICES lOe SM Wfttcbet arc I5e it 7.30 tad 9 away at WHfffct'i tU uve your coupocs MR. AND MRS. FRANK FAIRCHILD. There is a rare treat in store for at tiie Lyceum next week. The program is some- thing beyond the ordinary. First, if r. .and Mrs. Frank -.Fairchild, rnon- archs of gilt-edge comedy-, who have played in. all ot the first-class houses in North America, and are to stay .week of Oct. 19th at the Lyceum, and render, several of their well known comedy sketches such as Jew." ''The and others. Also in addition, comes the famous dainty Dorris Donneri the cKver little come- dienne mimic, in: her clever imper- swiations of .celebrated artists such us Vesta also-wooden shoe dancing! .This young enter, tainer, .who is only twrlve years old, is one pf the. wonders of the age, and shows...ra wonderful development- of '-wledge, and-can mimic some of the .cleverest artists of the, mod rii staged .north-cast, quarter isr vacant. The general manager is. very''desirous' ol meut hiul You will beamed mentally and bodily MARKJOHN- .-6TON. cleans and presses your suit. Your suit U guaranteed to suit you, JOHNSTON IH GtWs CaU for mi fcforci Btfel terday from Ottawa. th.it 1iuULJov.ni- the station located at this point, and it is in every way suit- able. for a towusUc, and will fetch a price if v thrown" on the market at once.' Mrs. Willis has farled to i comply with the homestead regult- tiocs, and I ain taking steps toJiavc her. entry cancelled. is prepar- location if station, as tfotstod in your iHUT 11' t-'irt' That is> we. to deal Da'y and take Uv.> .suits aga'iust ed to abandon, .it him an BANK DI SCON UTS 1896 .'Increase 5n Twelve Years under Con- 1908 1895 Increats in Twelve Years tinder Lib- erals 1896 1884 BANK DEPOSITS (Montreal Witness) Filthy bimk bills are not uncom- mon iu Canada, even now, although! the government has been making bet- ter efforts, for the last year, or so than ;it to do to retire its most microbe-laden paper from circulation and destroy it.- The is always ''naturally the worst offender in this respect; '.as 'its bills being of the lower denominations are in. much more active general circulation, and they do -not continually 'and 'automa- tically return into the hands of the issuer as the bank bills do. An- in acre, or cash. This will leave the section .all vacant -and- being on line of the road, would con- sidered us .withdrawn from further, entry. Con arrangements be. made with the the.-Jntcrjor LO us to lay this out into a towiisitc, 'sharing with the -Govern- ment if necessary in the money. obtained1 .to go as pa.vmeut for Daly's 1 enclose a sketch of. the locality, with the station ground marked thereon. Please telegraph rue- ou receipt of this if anything can be done, as it is" very desirable to get up a station house at this point, and some accom- modation for people coming in, as, it quite an important distributr ing.point.as well for the country to Hon. R. L. Borden addressed a big meeting at Brockville yesterday. South Simeoe Liberals 'nominated as their candidate, Dr. Campbellj of Tottenham. born near Morefield, township of Mere boro, county of DufTcFin, May 16th, 1871. and came to this city i teen years ago with his parents. He is a well-known character in the city, j Day by day be walks the streets with j his little waggon, for he is a. vendor! of small wares, peanuts and candies. He is also a stamp collector and has one of the best collections in the city. "Saramie's" dwarfage has been na-( tural, being born that way. He is j in no way deformed, and is possessed j of a verv keen intellect. He has a vote and is always wait- ing for election day when he has a Increas2 in Twelve .Years servatives 1903 1896 Increase in Twelve Years under Lib- .the .-Widow'. The towrbhip to lie disposed of byT us to ix-st proceeds to be shaied iir equal proportions with the govern- ment, Daly's claim to settled out of the first monies received from the sale of the lots. You will, of course, see that a sufficient undertaking is obtained from Daly Ixjfore: the station .The Government will deal with any similar cases which may arise in future in this :way; and the Deputy Minister of the Interior is to write mo an official letter on the subject; Yours truly, (Sgd.j 0. DRINKWATER, Secretary The situation then, this. .Mr Daly, a had lived TEN DAYS 'on his homestead, and in the agreement with the the Gov- ernment stipulated that he was to-be Do you know we keep a splendid assortment of SILKS in Men's aiid Ladies' Wear, also in web? When you want Silks in- our stock and prices Chow Sam Co. McKelvie McGuire's Old Stand SHORT ORDERS AT AU HOURS the north towards Fort Ellice, as to paid S20 'per acre, or to aban stone and Moose Mountain. .1. H. McTAVISEr, Commissioner This telegram answered by Mr. Dririkwater a 'telegram: "G opher range'! mi gjjsted in yo le'.l.r of the 5Stb.M "Later Mr. svd tercsting tale of bills will gather'rso by letter, erals chance of furthering the interests of h-s candidate. Corsets Are Blamed dirt coraes from -Kansas: ami is pub-; lished in the 'City' Star.VA bank: president was depositor that. 'Dollar .bills are worth almost their 'weight in gold.' Tho depositor rtf-. plied somewhat absently, 'Yes, T sup- pose they come in 'handy for change 'and aro easy ,to 'But J was speaking replied the presi- dent. i-We got into an-- argument in 'the bank here the other day as to 'how much a dollar biirweighed. A ;S20 gold piece weighs 540 grains. 'We found "that twenty-seven crisp 'new one-dollar bills weigh the same 'as a 820 gold piece. "We tested some "bills that had becrr in use and foum "tUat it took but twenty-six of then "to balance the gold piece. I sup "pose that twenty-six used bills ga Washington, Oct. corsets go hand iii hand with tuberculosis is the statement of Dr. Robert Sanvio- i "'ther an accumulation of dirt in paa. i vanni, who represented the Italian Let us prove to you range will save you The home that owns a Gurney-Oxford Golden Nugget Range fuel food health time labor for this is the range that was built to save just these things. GURNEY-OXFORD GOLDEN NUGGET is the lowest-priced range containing the special features and improvements of the highest-priced ranges. It is supplied with a Gurney-Oxford reversible grate that gives a constantly bright, live fire and burns every- bit of the fuel to a fine is no waste. In the morning a turn of the grate handle gives you a quick, bright fire. You don't have to loosen R single bolt or nut to change the grate from coal to wood burning. The fire linings can be removed without disturbing the pressed steel top. The range will never warp nor crack for of patent levelled dead flat sietM. The is lined with ?o the heat is kepi inside to do yotiri coking. how much this The unusually large oven has a drop door that forms a solid basting shelf when open. We know that the Gurney- Oxford Golden N'ugget Range is the one you should have jn your kitchen. TRICE. Clos.t, H. Land Cothi i" .Dear telysrr.aphtti. don it. The widow on the adjoming_ ter section was also in.arrears of her settlement duties, and the "Govern- ment -.consented to cancel her entrj' withoutJ any compensation. W.ould the C.P.H. havt.made iish .01 Mr. and 'fowl of the' widow 'if Mr; Daly "had not Ixxsn backed by the government' at Ottaw? Was Mr..Daly as Minister of th'e' In- terior under any obligations thereaf- ter to promote the interests of the C; idrciass Jok Work at the Offitt See IecNKK ti tke p. R.? -Was the, Minister justified in can- celling without compensation the rights of the widow, when, for Mr. T. M. Dale's dcuiaiided Is this kinil "of administration the Wustcru settlers .-want? "ing from hantl to band that weighs colony of New York at the Interna- "about what one new bill docs.'j That is a pretty graphic illustration tional Tuberculosis congress. If wo-; p S or the amount 01 dirt and live stock man would do away with corsets it i (bactena) we arc carrying around remove a serious predisposing us when our 'wad' of bills is of i of tuberculosis, according to fair size. i the scientists, based on investiga- j tions he has conducted into the ma- Granum Merckfit Weds ny factors whicft contribute to the j assault of the tubercle bacilli on the j The Mitchell correspondent to th human system. He makes the fol-' lowing suggestions for the counteract j Stratford Beacon says: The autumn ing of consumption: Forbid the uscj events have not been numerous, but of corsets and belts until the agu of; li! c the weather they hove been un- twenty-five years, and also the laces j USUally bright. The social'event sur- around the waist line. Under gar-; _ t, b i passing all others in interest was the ments should be held by tho corset being the cause of the an- i emia. which is the cause daughter marriage of Edith Adcle, only of and Mrs. William Babb. at their hnme in tho xvest ward on Wednesday at high noon. The bridegroom was James Blair, a to the development of tuberculosis; induce children to oat n certain nm- ount of roast beef every day in the Schools; found economic kitchens near I prosjwous merchant at Granum, Al-j [the schools; compel an olFicia! course1 bcrta. The coremnnv i t.y me itnv. Livingstone, pas-: tor of the Methodist Church, and'the I of hygiene, especially in establish a sanitarium where only anemic girls and young women would wadding march was played by Miss XFORD GURNET-OXFORD CANADIAN RANGE This is the range with the new divided flue. This divides the heat and sctuls it over the front of the oven as well as the back, keeping all parts at a perfectly even tempera- ture. No turning of pies or un- evenlv baked cakes with this range. The Curney-Oxford Canadian is also provided with the reversible the grate that hums all the coal. Ti'm'.t of the litest, planished steel- Hue finish lined with asbestos. Large oven with balanced drop door. PRICE. Closet. extra i Reservoir, f 7 i be treated and restored to health; ex-1 'periniont. as superaljinentnlion. vithj the new dietetic treatment imulc from the derivatives of preserved moat up- i on anemic and consumptive people. The Standard Metal Wo have the loams and we're here to